Mouth Sounds: How to Whistle, Pop, Click, and Honk Your Way to Social Success Newman 1980 Submitter: We recently stumbled upon this book in our public library stacks and are unsure how this book slipped through a previous weeding project.
How Things Work 1996 Submitter: This book is actually pretty cool, but the cell phone, fax machine, VHS, cassette tape, and computer pages are all looking pretty dated. Plus the car page makes no mention of any of the computerized/electronic
See Me More Clearly: Career and Life Planning for Teens with Physical Disabilities With a Special Section Charting Your Course: Life Career Skills by Ellen Wallach Mitchell 1980 This was a great choice for many libraries in 1980. By 1990,
Blood Relatives McBain 1975 Submitter: I was weeding for grubby looking books in the mysteries when I came across this Ed McBain title. The real mystery is what condition the book was in when someone wrote “shelve as is”
Will the Real Me Please Stand Up! Davis 1982 Creepy cover alert! The copy I got a hold of smells like my grandma’s basement. Other than that, the content isn’t too bad. If you’re into this sort of thing –
The Telephone and Time Management: Making It a Tool and Not a Tyrant Scott 1988 Here is yet another example of a great idea for a book that is just out of date. There are apps and other productivity tools
The Complete Book of Ballroom Dancing Stephenson & Iaccarino 1980 Some topics just don’t lend themselves well to book learning. Ballroom dancing is one of them. Before video and the Internet were readily available, this book was just fine,
Good Answers to Tough Questions About Physical Disabilities Berry 1990 I feel like we’ve featured a lot of books by Joy Berry on this site over the years, and we should give her a category, like we did with Doris